pig on a spit at Woodshed Smokehouse in Fort Worth Texas

There are many things we love about Texans, and their barbecue is high on that list. The next time you’re in Dallas, check out Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que, which packs a hot and spicy combination with their beef brisket, pork ribs and the “Big Chop,” a 2-inch thick pork chop dunked in vinegar and meat drippings. If pork and beef don’t get your glands salivating, then head over to Chicken Scratch Restaurant, The Revolver Taco Lounge, or Woodshed Smokehouse (Pictured above: slow-roasted pig on a spit) for their braised lamb belly with shallots and roasted garlic pureed in a bone broth. Yum!

Find more reasons to visit Dallas see our Dallas Weekend Guide, and don’t miss our own Andrew Zimmern when he visits Dallas tonight on an all-new episode of Bizarre Foods America, Dallas: Red Meat and Rattlesnakes.

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